This is wild. A woman named Christine Chisholm has allegedly filed new documents against 2Chainz, claiming that he put ‘a hit’ out on her after she filed a $5 million lawsuit against him for calling her a ‘thot’ in a viral video. Get the shocking details here.
This does not look good for 2Chainz. After filing an initial $5 million lawsuit against the rapper in July 2015, a new report claims that Christine Chisholm, 26, has allegedly filed a new set of documents, claiming that he ordered ‘a hit’ on her in retaliation. See below for the scary details.
The woman who sued 2Chainz for calling her a “Thot” in a viral video is now accusing him of trying to get rid of her with a hit-and-run in North Carolina,” TMZ reports. Christine claims she found out 2Chainz came to her hometown of Charlotte to gain information about her whereabouts. Shortly after that, Christine said she was out jogging when a black Mercedes began following her. The car then struck her and took off, causing injuries to her arm. The 26-year-old is convinced 2Chainz was responsible for the hit and run and wants to have her killed. Wait, what?!
Unfortunately, the drama doesn’t stop there. In her documents, Christine also allegedly claims that the rapper’s song “Watch Out” was written about her as a threat. The song includes the lyrics, “Watch out little b***h,” and “Shawty said she want $5 million cause I told her to leave and call her a thot…We waving that thing at your body, we waving that thing at your eye.”
For those who don’t know, Christine first filed a lawsuit against the troubled rapper back in July after a video of him calling her a “thot” backstage at his show went viral. According to Christine, she was invited backstage at the rapper’s show on March 20, 2014, by one of his friends, rapper Cap. 1. In the video, he repeatedly refers to her as a “thot” — an acronym for “that h** over there.”
In the documents, Christine claims two weeks after the video was posted — and was seen by 10 million people — she was fired from her job at a barber shop because the manager thought the video would bring negative publicity to the shop. Additionally, Christine claims the video subjected her to harassment and severely damaged her reputation. As a result, she sought $5 million in damages, according to TMZ.
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Wow. This is all truly disturbing. While this isn’t the first time 2Chainz has had a run-in with the law, these new claims are no joking matter and should not be made lightly. At this time, 2Chainz has not responded to the report, but HollywoodLife.com has reached out for comment.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of these allegations? Do you believe there is any true to them?
— Alyssa Montemurro